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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 September 1864

r ; ,' :.'.'. ' ' I f k , , . v 'j.-.y.v. . . r-). ; : li '' ' r Tvon.. s. DALLES, OBEaON, SUNDAY! SEPTEMBER 4, 1834. NO. 18. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXOKPTRD,) BY VILLIAI II. NEWI2LL, KMTOtl AND PROPRIETOR. Verms IWnv-yiM cents nirr'wec"k, payable to tlio carrier per month, by muH, 4l; tliree months, $3 60; six 'montha, Si; one "year, $8. Advertisement! Inserted' at low rutos. Job Printing. . Kvery desolation of plain nnd fancy Job Printing exe cuted with neatness nnd despatch, nnd forwnrdod as per 'order tonny part of the Country. Payment Jor Job Print ing must be made on delivery oj work. BLOCH MILLER 4 CO., Dalles, Oregon, .IMPORTERS AND W nOLESALX DEALERS 19 ALL kinds of dry goods, CLOTHING, T 'BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE ... MINER'S TOOLS. ' '' Also, a good Assortment of all kinds of Grooeries and Provisions, "VVines nnd Liquors, 'Constantly on hand. ml-t-tf M. BROWN & BROT, WQOLEHALR AND RETAIL DEALERS IX : FANCY AND HTAT'LE) BEY Q-OOD S! GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &a...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 September 1864

C2-3 WILLIAM H. HIWILL ... EDITOE. SUNDAY MOUNING, SEPT, 4, 1864. UNION NOMINATIONS l'o,Pii8lDt.NT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. VlOH'BUlDIKT, " ANDREW JOHNSON. THE BIG 8CAUE. Wahk Spring Ruirvatioh, Sept. 1st, 1804. Editor Mountain (hr- T,beneekly Oregon ian of the 27th inst., has just been received here, and from it we were surprised to learn that the Snake Indiana had paid the honest miners of Quartzville a visit, with the evident intentioo of deslrojipg life and property. We bad already beard the particulars of the Kiiir which. " caused so much excitement on the Btreets of Portland;" bu( refrained from sending them to you, knowing that the brave Web-footers would make a "big thing "of it. and probably ask Gen. Alvord. tax troops to protect them. The 'unfortunate Indians three men and one boy who caused this big scare to the bravo of Quartzville, arrived here about fouc days, sipca and., made a statement of tbe affair, which is about as follows : They had encamped in the mountains with their...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 September 1864

C37 .New York, Aug. 27. Tbe work oi destroy ing the Weldon railroad is silll progressing. Utllcers from lite Trout report all quiet, except slight sklrmisliiiig. Lee's forcei have evi demly been materially reduced during tbe ynn fiiw days. A uew posilioa has been gained ontlt Weldon railroad which renders Grants army more confident of success than ut any time during the campaign. lhixdquarltrt 'Army of the Potomac, Aug. 24, Evening All quiet to-day except the usual aaunonading. Our left bus been exiendedsix or seven mile ,. holding: securely the Weldcn rod to Renins Stalioo, a dislauce of seveu liirt'es. No rebels are to be seen oat our le IV front. The entire loss of tbe &tb corp?,.ou tbe 21st, was 6,000. Xbe corns fought spleudidly. Tbe 2d army corps, on tbe 2Utb, made an attack at 5:30, p. u., which was probably intended to be simultaneous, by Wilcox in tbe centre and Ilea lb oa the ItHU The enemy lorined in tbe woods, and placing their artillery in position,. opened a heavy ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 4 September 1864

eel CURJIIKS V'- -' . Hut been where the fall-bloesom'd bay-tree Is blowing - With oUmiri like Kden'BAroondf float leen wliefe the brond-leaved palmetto Is growl tig, 1 And wild Tlnei are fringing the ground F UutcatinllieBbaJoofoatalpiu.ftt'noon, 'V . And ate the coo) goinda of their clime : Or ilept where magnolfae were screening the moon, And the mocking-bird sung bur sweet rhyme f And dtdst mark, tn thy journey, at dew-dropping tvo, Some ruin peer high o'er thy way, - . ViHh rooks wheeling round it, and bushei to weave A mantle for turrets so gray? Did you ask If. some lord of two ciwnJfer kind . Lived there, when the country wan young f Xnd burn'd not the blood of a Christian, to find. How there the old pr&yer-bell hnd rung? . . And did yetwft glow, when thoy told ye the Lord Had dweMu that thistle-grown pile; And that bones of old ChriBtivns were under Its sward, That once had knelt down in its aisle ? JUid had.ye no tear-drops your blushes to stenp , 'When ye thought o'er...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 February 1865

NO. tfi4. DALLKS, OUKUON, SUNDAY, FERUAKY SO, 18Q5. vol. n. lattoMTountahuei; V -3 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS KXCM'TKO,) BY WILLIAM II. NEWELL, KblTOIt AND I'HOPIUKTOR. Yshms Tutenty-Jlve cents per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, $1; threo raoutlia, t2 50j tlx months, $5; one year, $8, Advertisements inaerted at low rntes. - Job Printing, Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe titcd with neatness anil despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of the country, Payment Jor Job rrint infl must be made on delivery oj work. Aldi'ld&rc's.. Hotel. MAIN STRKKT, DAI.LK8, OREGON. rjlie Subscriber lias Juki JL cumpletoil rellttiitg this commit fitted tin with HiiilKof rooms for the accommodation of families, and single and double rooms for the ue of gentlemen. The FURNITURE, 1IKDS, and BEDDING, and In fact c-vorytliliig connected with the house Is entirely new, and arranged solely witli u view to the comfort of guests. The 1IE.ST COOK in the cou...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 February 1865

toils Pflinttaiimr, WILLIAM B. KtWILL IS1T0K. 81DAY MORXLNG, FEBRUARY 20, 18G5. To all whom It may Concern. No person or persons who have been or may be in my employ, are authorized to con tract any .business whatsoever in my namo, or name of tho Mountaineer office. W. H. NEWELL. I. 0. 0. F. The members of Columbia Lodge, No. 5, I. 0. 0. F., aro requested to moot at their hall on Monday evening, at 1 o'clock. All members and visiting brothers are requested to bo present. f Thanks. We are under obligations to Mr J. W.Jennings, the enterprising news dealer, for copies of California, papers. . Foil Canyon City. Tho stage with Wells,Fargo & Co.'s express, will leave for Canyon City, Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock. Divine Service. Kov. W. S. Levis will preach in tho M. E. Church, of this city, on this (Sunday) morning at 10 o'clock. All are invued to at tend.. , Private Anderson, of, the Third Regular Artillery, under sentence of two years hard labor on tho fortifica tions of Alcatrnz ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 February 1865

OJ gl;uln Uoiuitahxtcir Wathinglon,' Fb. 22. Tbe Navy Depart- me nt hiij received the following U. S. Flay Ship Malvern, Cape Fear River, Fob. 19. I have' tbe honor to report the sur render or evacuation of Fort Anderson. (Jen. Hcliofield advanced from S.uitliGeld with 8,000 men ou the 1 7 ill. At the same time 1 attacked the works, by placing the mouitor Monadnock close to the Fort, enfilading with the Pawtucket, Senator, Armadillo and Pe quod, the wind not allowing more vessels to get under fire. Tho Fort auswered briskly, but quieted down by sunset. On tho 18th, at .8 o'clock, 1 moved up closer, the Monadnock leading, lollowed by the Huron, McKenn, Sns- eacus; Pontuosiie, Mohaiigo, Lenler, Jlnnlla, Pawtucket, (isceolu, Siiawmut, Tecuuiseh, Cylypso and Little Ada. These kept up . a heavy lire through the day till late in the uf teraoon. - The enemy's batteries wcro Bilenced by three- o'clock, though we kept up a fire till dark. We also fired through the night. In the meantime Scho...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 26 February 1865

J. JTJKEE, - Main Street, Dalles, . ' WHOUtSALI AMD RETAIL 1UUI IX 8 a M o JU.TXTB W BTOW ini BUT BAAJID8 OP Cigars, Tobacco, Matches, &c. 1JLAYING CARDS, , POCKET CUTLERY, FORT MONIES. COM 1)8 nnd BRUSHES, o'nll kinds, PEKFUMERY. nt every description, - CHINA ORNAMENTS, TOYS. DOLLS, etc. FISH HOOKS nnd FISHING TACKLE, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ANCY GOODS. c. Also Powder. Shot, Lewi, Powder Flasks, Baskets, and tetany other articles too numerous to mention. ff Interlordmlera supplied with Cigars. Tobacco. etc, at less than Portland prices, with freight added, oc-8 SIGNSTSIGNS! SIGNS! O. S. SAVAGE. BOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. DEALER IN fv.' A PAINTS, OILS,, YINDOWGLASS VARNISHES, Colors. Putty, Brusnos, Olne, etc. Papor Hangings, Window Shades, Fixtures, Ac. 1-tf Produce & Commission Store J. CONSMl & SONS, Second Street, Dalles, Flour, Peed, Produce AND . . COMMISSION MERCHANTS. milK VERY BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR, FEED OF . all kinds; and every description of PRODUCE con stantly in s...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 June 1865

. . . -, - - :U .. . N .. yM'Jsar . : ,vr--f , ."..V.,., U n-:.i. - " D VOL. S. ountstneeri PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (MONDAYS IXCtPTKDBY ' WILLIAM H. NKWEIiL,' EDITOR AND PBOPltllETOlt. ' par month, by mail, tlj time months, ,$1 60 J ill ' ' months, $5 j one year, $8. Advertisements inserted at a low ratea. Job Printing. ! 'Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing cxe- ' uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as' per rder to any part of the country. Taynuntjar Joi Print ing mutt o made on delivery QJ work. EMPIRE HOTEL; MUS STIMIT, DAIXS8, ORMON, THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.: A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. IX Till OANTKI or BDatNUU, ' : Sear the Steamboat and Railroad Landings Superior Accommodations for Families and oaa Ao 'coiumjdate One Hundred and Fifty Uuest. . r 1 Meals... .....DO est. Lodging...... 60 eta. Fire Proof Safe for deposite of valuables. vj Tlnuse open all night. Baggage tHken to the Hons iiree ui cuarga, J mjnAS smith, ; musti rropneior. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 June 1865

jfailg fPflimtaiitttr. William a. irawiu.. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNK 95, 1S05. BOAT LOST-MAN UHOWMED. A sloop runniog oo tba river between. Dei Chutes and "Umatilla, was lost on Friday J etenlng last, under tbe follpwiug circumstan Cs : , In tbe aflerDOOU tbe Captain bad taken on board orer fre tons (weight) of merchan dise, marked for Hill k Kane, Umatilla Land ing. Itwas now well toward erening, wbep((b . Captain;, at tbe suggestion.of a man named Jacob Kimball, palled out for Ibe, purpose of .running down to Celilp and .takion on board proTlsions for tbe trip4 There was no wind at, the time, ani. as a consequence resort was bad to tbe oars. For some reason or other, ' soon after, starting, Kimball became fright ened and insisted on running the boat ashore at poiol where she ae sure to strike on the rocks. Capt. Madison insisted upon pulling Mit, but all bis efforts were paralized br Kimball, until at length the latter broke bit oar. Rednoed to one oar, and .already near , Celilo, tbe ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 June 1865

C-3) lfe Minis Just at this time, report! of Mi discovery of new mine! are coming thick u4 fast. Prominent ore those of Caeur d' Alane. From Eagle Creek, near La Grande, reported discoveries of fabulous import, come to os. Granite Greek and Mormon Basin are being prospected, and not a week passes but ledges of quartz, whose crftppinfrs are unmis takably rich, are discovered, and in s little time will be tested and ' found ricb. John Day's river and forks, are sending- farther re ports of new.drscovertes daily. Further off, South Bjise is being prospected andtreports roost encouraging; reach in. The Upper Co lumbia sends news of ricb discoveries lately made about Cnlville, and still higher up the river. The amount of prospecting this sea son is greater-thun any. season . heretofore, since our mining interests bave beeiudavel oped, and the eiteutof gtound prospected and number engaged, will re.uU in placing tbe ' resources and capabilities of the vast regions north and east of us befo...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 June 1865

DAILY MOUiNTAIiiEKi SIGNS! SIGNS! 'SIGNS! ; v THERE'S NOTIIIScfoLOST. Tliere'e nothlug lost. The tlnlesf flower Tuat grows wittiin the darkest vale. Though hid from view hiu still the powor ' The rarest perfume to afthirre ; ' TtBt periunie, borne otmephyr'e wings, May vieit'Betiie tone sick one's bed, ' AmlliM rnecalm affection brings, , v 'Twill. scatter gladness round her head.' ' '..There's riotlii.it; lint. The drop of dew "-SJIiat troiuul Iu the roae-liud'i breast Will oeuk IU home ol ether blue , And fill again as pure and blest) Peichuuce to revel in the apray, To cool the dry and parching noil, To mingle in theluiintain spray Or sparkle la the bow of Ood. Tlioro's nothing lost. The seed tliat'i coat , lly careless IuiihI upon the ground 'Will yet tnko mot and may at last A green and glorious tree be found; Bcnuuth Its shade some pilgrim may Seek shelter from the heat of noon, While ill it boughs the breeze play, . And song-birds slug their sweetest tune.. .There's nothing: ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 August 1865

or n r 1 I-. ji is n. i-i ;,ir, '-i: " Hfll'.il.!i : -i .i-i . ...-:-i l1 I r , . .-j. .'1 I .1 . -I -.13! ' l MOl .."W. . , . . ..... , . , . ... ; v. . G s,yp.X-.r?.i ! r, A 3H" 'j ! ix i!TAigSvViitv.giv.t .gtTJis-T:A.rg" AUQU6T. so. iHQg... ... v, .-.Mi. Mr art.. ' PUBLISHED EVERY 3I0UNIXS,;i .-' ' '(MONDAYS X0KPTED,7"BT ! ' XTlXwLllkM .11., NEV"EJL.L, EDITUIl AND PBOPUIITOa. ,:'' ' ' , TraMa Ttottity-JlotcetU per week, payable to'tue carrier per month, by mail, $; itlifeej month, I'l'dO; tlx mouths, $5; one year, $8, Advertisements inserted at toWNttos. i S " "- ' I Job Printing. ? Jivevy 'description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe- uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded aa per cider to any part of the country. PuynunfJorJob JPrini itig must 6e made on deft'eery iff. work. -J - i 'EMPIRE HOTEL; -. ., I BTailT, BAILI8, OatOOK, '' j '' vrHOM.lS S.HITII, Proprietor. ; A FIRST.CLASS H 0 USE. . , . in Mini or aonstt, -, .m , ' JJur the Steamboat and Bailroad Landingi .8u...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 August 1865

.. IStTOSL. SUSP AT MOBSIXO. ACflUST 10, t8flfl. i t)ar eltictoi were gotnewbat taken by or 'prisejast night by the arrival, uoheraldtd, of Hon. J. II. Ashley, member of Congress from Oblo, and Chairman of tbe Committee on Territories. ?be distinguished gentleman is charged wth, tbe duty of Visiting tbe various Territories and reporting upon their condition, la pursuance of which be bat already visited Colorado, Montana,; Utah and Idaho. ' Be bas been aeveotyttwo days in all on tbe Plains, but Instead of being worn down, is fresher and atonter than when be started. Mr. A. s re connoisaanee of tbe country bas been tho : and has enabled him to Balni much in formation that will be useful to him and adl- vantageoas to tbe people of tbe Pacific coast, when their interests are legislated upon by Congress. On relerriog to the Dictionary of Congress, we learn that Mr. Ashley was born In Virginia, in 1824 J was self-educated became an adventurer at the age of fifteen, at one time aoting as c...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 August 1865

Jljatii) ftlTtTtttTtt PPT Tbis girt (peaks highly of Mr. Belden's kind U UJUHt II VV hearted and unselfish conduct, and it will ba EARCHIKO FOE TUB DEAD, ; A eorrstpoadeut of tb'S. F. Call accom panied the steamer Del Norte, io I he search for the wreck of the Brother Jonathan. From ' bit report we take the followiug ; PATTIHaolTs STATBsIBBT OF TBI WBIOK. ' : Every one being 'anxious to hear the story rod Incidents of the wreck, Mr. Haztauorne at once seat for third officer Patlersua and the reroaluder of the crew who were eared with biio. His statement is substantially this: When the Brother Jonathan passed Crescent City, about one p. u., the sea was runaiug very blgb, and a severe gale blowing from the northwest, so much so tbat the ' steamer was nuking no headway whatever, and Captain De Wolf decided to put back to Crescent City and re ami a until the weather moderated. The jib was set up with the in tention of bringing ber round, and when tbey bad almost' succeeded tu doing so, ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 20 August 1865

r on -mm TEIPTID. We stood together alone,. .... . ., .,. ,,-,:,. ' 'Neath the dark'nlng summer, aky: , The myriads of auft etara ahone, f The breeze atlred t .e leave, whilst I Stood silent, calm and still, by her aids,, , tit Hacked with the passions I strpvto-hide. My lore for the vicl ounch, I I had ra ther than lose lier dfe 1 She could -thrill my soul by her touchy, -a Or a glanch from her deep irk eye. ' t! I Sit said shewould trust' to niy -words, and I ' Cduld not tall Uie sweefccliyditflle. There stole across me the soeht ' Of the .fraezraiit. lilac flower- ' ' Bvenr6w 'tis ro me still blent .! .-.! ' .' .nWith theagony of that hoot, ; '! There were none to hear hut the stare and wind, ' Yet I could not (oil her I had not sinned. u Don't be so angry pray.11 '! ' ' . ' She whispered beseechingly, ' ' "I only 'want you oay' , f"; Li A But iwa or three wants M m: 'That this horrible" tale is false must be,''-! V, 1 ! I ket look In iy eyes, eudteU,It me1 lv ; . i. eV But a wor...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 August 1865

OO - VOL. rt. DALLES, OUKGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST OS, 1865. NO. 13. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (MONDAYS KXCIPTID,) BT WILLIAM II. NKWELL, KDJTOU AND PUOPIIISTOR. l'trasa Twenty-fin emit por week, payable to the carrier per inontli, by mull, $1; three months, (2 50; six months, $5; one year, $8. Advertisement Inserted at Jaw rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with neatnesa nnd despatch, and forwarded as per erdertoany part i.f I lie country. Payment Jor Job Print tug must be made on tUlivery oj work. EMPIRE HOTEL, UAIK STABIT, DALLES, OE1O0K, THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. a First-class house. IN TBI (1INTU OF BUSINESS, Near the Steamboat and Railroad Landing 8nperlor Accommodations for Families and can Ao commodate One Hundred and Fifty Quests. Meals 60 est. lodging...... :..B0cts. Fire Proof Safe for deposite of valuables. 1 House open all night. Baggage taken to the House free of charge. . ,, THOMAS SMITH, , tnh8-tf . Proprietor. UMATILLA HOUSE, DA...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 August 1865

lailgPonntahufL WILLIAM, if. KKWM.lt. FRIDAY; MOUSING. AUGUST 25, I8ii5. CANYON G1TT PICKLES-No. 6. BI JOBlf SMITH, OUTLEH1. Hobatio L. Jonrs, a well-known express man, and formerly on tho line between the DHe8 and Canyon City, died at Rocky Bar, Soatb Buise, on tlie 16th inst. The deceased bad bis faults, as who has not, but outside these be was-' a generous-hearted man, ever ready to do a kindly act. Peace to bis ashes. Eastibh News. The Oregoniari bas tole- grapbic dispatches from the East to the 16th. The work of reconstruction is progressing steadily and satisfactorily. A large number of Southern rebels are said to be enlisting .under Maximillian ;. this wy- his forces have been tery materially- recrniti'd. , , Treaty' with Paulina. The Jacksonville Sentinel says Superintendent Huntington has succeeded in making a treaty' withTaulina, tbe ereat Snake chief. Tbe stipolation on - tbe part of the Government is, 5000 a year for the first five years, and $1200 a year for fifteen yei...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 August 1865

liiiln liToiuitahucL T:iii Election. We regret our InnbilUy to jmbliab in luil this weik tbe oHUial election tetiiros of Boise county. The law requires the returns to bo opened by (be Clerk of tbe Hoard of Commissioners within tea days, or eooner if all the returns are made before tbe expiration of that time. At the time of writ inn the; have all been filtd with one eiccp. tion. The delay in the Grimes' Creek pre cinct (above Pioneer) preveuts the publication of the precinct return (his week. Enough is known, however, of the result to insure tbe success of the demooratio nominees by a ma- r.ty of little over 600. Messrs. Dooley and Meeley ran ahead of their tickets at Liu en a. Vista, Idaho and Piacerville, ami Goldlrup at Centerville. Idaho city gives 400 Democratic majority, Ceulreville about 34, Pioneer city 120, Toll Gate 32, Granite Creek 20, Piue Grove CO. PUcervillweut republican by 15, linena Vista 3tl, Warm Springs 6, Horse Shoe Bend 7. Tbe democratic m iijuriiy would have ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 25 August 1865

L2L iailji p ouutahttcr. Iq the State ot Georgia the "Industrial Bu reau" have fixed the price of negro labor i $10 per month for men, and $8 for women, Including board, and ten boun to constitute day' work.. This is much better wages than the laboring classes of England obtain. A firm In San Francisco who had a ship and cargo ddBtroyed by the Shenandoah, "have forwarded a bill of $200,000 to Washington to be filed with other claims for indemnity gainst England, for property destroyed by English pirates. Similar bills will be pre sented by the owners of all the other vessels destroyed by the piraies. Tub six New England States, with a popu lation of 3,135,303, And a total Congressional representation of 3) members, i'nmisbi.'d 367,940 men to tho late War. Pennsylvania, with a population of 2 906 370, and a Con gressional representation of only 20. furnish ed 363,444 soldiers to the war. Fot each representative in Congress, New. England furnished a little over 9,000 soldiers, while P...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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